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of the environment and melanie is here today and doing a great job with our mos connie center and i know we have a lot of panels up there already but doesn't fill all the roof tops and there is new technology coming out all the time. we have been challenged in the solar technology arena because traditional technology has heavy weight technology that always challenged the integrity of roof tops, and moscone is the one we found and let that be for one of these companies and light ultralight technology and use, cheaper way of getting solar out there and we're going to allow them to demonstrate their product on top of our mos connie roof and that is an example we're doing in utilizing all of the agency's cooperations and make sure the start ups can use real testing sites in the city. that is thanks to the hardand kelly and the manager at puc and barbara hale and the second thing we're going to do is take a page out of what we're doing with clean tech and biotech life sciences. you see what mission bay is doing. they have for the last ten years building up a ecosystem of pharmaceutical companies a
, my name is melanie with cottington design. we're in the guest suite. wine furniture doesn't have to be made from wine barrels. i've taken my style here which i consider to be creating liveable spaces that are chic with just the right amount of glam. the wow moment are these made to resemble swans' wings and add natural elements in the room. some other fun elements include the gilded stump table and the bird print on the bed. i created two main upholstered pieces in the room. the custom bed and custom setee. they have a 1940s era feeling which i love. overall, the room feels charming, relaxing and isn't over the top. >>> hi, my name is melanie turner, i'm the interior designer for the master bedroom here at the napa valley showhouse. we wanted to create an intimate and timeless interior for the master bedroom. we did this by juxtapositioning classic with contemporary, old and new, airy and intimate with light and dark elements. a great example is the soft, modern lines of the sofa and the bed. married with the painted italian chest. the room exemplifies a rural and refined look, j
applause to the millennium -- melanie and her daughter. i am so excited about all of you and seen so many of you from all over our state. come to city hall anin san francisco, welcome. i would like to welcome the former secretary of transportation. [applause] thank you for being here. thank you, john, thank you. our board of supervisors comment david chiu, thank you very much. david campos, thank you for being here. he is our adopted asian brother. we have so many of our state representatives here. so many of you are here. i have spent all night announcing your names, but they did not give me the full list. i will say thank you on behalf of our city. from sacramento, los angeles, from all the communities in between, thank you for coming to our fantastic city to celebrate our asian-pacific heritage month. it is my pleasure to also provide you with a warm welcome and thank you for somebody who worked on this idea to bring everybody here to san francisco, my very good friend. thank you. where are you? when we first talked about this, we said there had to be the place where everybody felt com
or in soccer we should say in the college cup finals 1-0 and a big thanks to melanie alnwick, great job this morning. i'm scott smith. thanks for watching. have a good night. >> thank you for watching your washington area nissan dealers sports xtra.
are speed limits in the district. >> that's right. melanie is live with all the details. good morning, melanie. >> reporter: good morning. this is all related to the city's speed camera program as we well know. there's been a lot of criticism. generated $85 million just in last fiscal year alone. new york avenue the camera is the third most ticketed. now, the higher speed limits that will begin here is not in where that speed camera is. it is part of mayor gray's comprehensive review. so let's look at where they raised the speet limits. first here on new york avenue eastbound, 45 miles an hour. new york avenue westbound from the maryland line to blade nsburg road. north capitol street from michigan to harewood road 40 to 45. and canal road from chain bridge to foxhall. >>> do have speed camera programs is to make sure before they put a camera in to make sure the speed limits are appropriate for the roadways. mayor gray says the reassessment of the speed limit shows the changes can be made without compromising safety. also the same for parts of 295 as well. those are the most ticketed
are hours away from the redskins-cowboys game for the nfc east title. >>> good morning. i'm melanie alnwick. we are all over both stories. we will have a live interview on the latest on the fiscal cliff negotiations and hear from the big skins players this evening. what will the weather be like at kickoff? we have run the gamut when it comes to mother nature in recent days. many parts of our regions saw snow as well as snow and slush made it difficult on some of the roads. fast forward and here's how things are looking out right now. much of the snow and slush gone but it is windy and cold out there. gwen tolbart has the latest on the weather. [ no audio ] [ no audio ] >> can you hear me? where we've got the satellite radar composite and you can see where all the snow has moved off to the northeast and headed to the canadian maritime. here at home, things are different. clouds rolling in across the area but we will see clear skies into the course of tonight. not bad with a few clouds hanging around. here's a look at current wind gusts because that is a big story, they are gusting up to 33
love her. now they're petitioning the supreme court to get her back. matt and melanie will join me with their story. this family used capital one venture miles to come home for the holidays. that's double miles you can actually use... sadly, their brother's white christmas just got "blacked out." [ brother ] but it's the family party! really jingles your bells, doesn't it? my gift to you! the capital one venture card! for any flight, any time! that's double miles you can actually use! how illuminating. what's in your wallet? let me guess, am i on the naughty list again? ho ho ho! it'll cause cavities, bad breath. patients will try and deal with it by drinking water. water will work for a few seconds but if you're not drinking it, it's going to get dry again. i recommend biotene. all the biotene products like the oral rinse...the sprays have enzymes in them. the whole formulation just works very well. it leaves the mouth feeling fresh. if i'm happy with the results and my patients are happy with the results, i don't need to look any farther. >>> welcome back, everyone. 41 minutes pa
and melanie saw their little girl, veronica. new year's eve, 2011. they had raised her for two years and were in the process of adopting her when a south carolina family court ordered them to hand her over to the girl's biological father. >> do you think this is in her best interests? >> i think so. >> reporter: a man veronica had never even met. >> for a little girl to be put in a car with strangers and driven to oklahoma and having no recourse or control over it, i mean, you know, we're her parents. i'm her father. supposed to be there to protect her. >> you want to be an engineer when you grow up? >> reporter: now 3, veronica is caught in the middle of one of the strangest adoption cases we have ever heard. it all began in 2009 before she was born, when veronica's biological mother put her up for adoption. the capobiancos were thrilled when an adoption attorney connected them with veronica's biological mom. she told them the girl's father, dustin brown, had agreed to waive his parental rights. when veronica was born, it was matt who cut the umbilical cord. ever since, she lived with them i
enough vitamin d in sunlight. melanie has no plans to limit mil -- mill milk in her house. spending time outdoors helps. whole milk is recommended for children under 2. after 2 most pediatricians recommend low fat or nonfat with the same nutrients without fat. >> what about soy, almond, all different types of "milk." >> rice milk and soy milk are typically low in fat so that's a good option as well especially for kids who might be allergic to cow's milk or lactose intolerance. >> thank you. >>> growing outcry over what's in our meat. why one group says what we feed cows and pigs is making us sick. ,,,,,, [ female announcer ] martinelli's gold medal sparkling cider is the perfect choice for holiday gatherings. martinelli's is non-alcoholic, festive like champagne, and tastes great! martinelli's: since 1868. consumerwatch reporter julie watts on why the popular gry chain is the target of a new push to get anti-biotics "o" of the meat section. >>> consumer groups are taking on trader joe's. cbs 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts on why the popular grocery chain is the target of a new push
to class. administrators hope to ease anxiety felt by students and parents. fox 5's melanie alnwick has more from prince george's county. >> reporter: 1st graders at district heights elementary start their morning discussing a story much like any other day. then something different. >> this is time for everyone to have a moment of sence. >> reporter: silence to remember school kids just like themselves who never made it out of sandy hook elementary december 14th. it's a tough day for parents and staff. >> a moment of silence is our way of honoring the people that have lost their lives. this is a horrible event. this is our way of joining a nation in grieving for their loss. >> reporter: what happened in connecticut is something every school hopes never to confront but still has to prepare for. >> in prince george's county and across the nation you saw a paradigm shift in the way we handle active threat mitigations after columbine where our goal was once to come and stablize the situation , now understanding our role is to go in and mitigate that there. >> reporter: prince george's c
a gun ended up in a student az locker. melanie is live at the school now with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tony and allison. after the incident was cleared yesterday, the school principal said students were never in any danger. i think parents here would like to have a few more answers to questions before they feel confident about that. want to know how many students were involved and want to know what kind of gun it was. and also want to know what was the motivation? why did the gun end up in school in the first place. they were notified about the gun and the ones who found it. there was an ammunition magazine in the weapon but didn't release any other details about what led school officials to the locker and didn't release the student's age, gender or grade level. a letter was e-mailed to parents by the principal and said they are quote taking this situation very seriously and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken. and refers to more than one student saying the suspects involved have been identified. the school is continuing to monitor the situation to
that no students were ever in danger. fox 5's melanie alnwick is live at robinson secondary school with the latest on this investigation. >> this is a very large school here. it comprises a middle school and high school. so far, we don't know the age or the grade of the student or students who were involved in this incident. school officials say they are taking it very seriously and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken. still, this many, many questions that the school community would like to have answered. it was administrators at the school who found the gun in the student's locker. now, investigators say there was an ammunition magazine in the weapon but they didn't release any other details about what led school officials to the locker. a letter edmonton mailed to parents by the school principal says there will be severe consequences for the infraction. it also refers to more than one student involved saying, quote, the suspects involved have been identified and questioned. now, parents were notified using fairfax county school system's e-mail alerts but it doesn't sound like students
. >> and joining us now, dawn's son-in-law, ryan, and her close friend and cousin, melanie. first of all, we're so sorry for your loss. >> thank you. >> and ryan, though it must be some comfort know your mother-in-law died a hero. >> yes, that was the -- the only thing thatky -- i don't want to have a conversation like that with my kids. but, you know, being able to tell them that you know, she -- she saved a lot of children and, you know, was able to warn everyone and she saved a lot of lives. so she's a hero. >> you had that conversation last night with the president. we saw the president holding your daughter, 6-month-old alison. what did he say to you? >> i wasn't there. my wife attended. i was home with the rest of them. >> what can you tell us? >> he spent time with the families. it was nice to have some kind words from him. >> and melanie, we see the stories of dawn and see how committed she was. exactly what any parent would want in a school principal. >> absolutely. i would say anyone who was planning on being a teemp, read the life of dawn hochsprung. because she was the ideal, the epito
were never at risk. melanie is live in fairfax county with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, tony and allison. students and staff are starting to make their way in here to robinson secondary school a day after that disturbing find. the school says the community was never in danger, some parents are a little rattled about this. wish they knew more about what was going on. how many people were involved. they want to know what kind of gun it was and what was the reason it was brought to school. administrators say they were notified about the gun and they went and found it in the student's locker. they say there was an ammunition magazine in the weapon but no other details. and also didn't release the student's age, gender or grade level. could be a wide range there. a letter e-mailed to parents said they are quote taking the situation very seriously and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken. students and staff were never in danger but recognize the danger associated with any weapon in the school they will continue to monitor the situation to ensure the safety of students. tha
wallace joins us with a preview. good morning, chris. >> good morning, melanie. >> we're not hearing compromise at the top, but i'm wondering if among the ground troops, are we hearing any willingness to compromise? >> no. i think that what you're seeing in public is what they are seeing in private, which is that neither side is willing to make a deal. now, it may be we're not close enough to the deadline for people to get to where their bottom line position is. but you talk about speaker boehner. in a news conference friday, he said another week has been wasted. and i get very little sense that they, behind the scenes, are making much progress. we'll talk to two of the key plaifers in all of this at the top of the hour. charles schumer of new york, one of the leading democrats in the senate, and republican senator bob corker, and we'll talk to them about is there any progress being made and what do they see as a possible compromise? >> and chris, explain to me, why is it that the white house is to resistent to the republicans' proposals for closing loopholes and deductions? >> well,
on to reading and they get some kind of a monetary value. >> and what is your name? >> melanie. >> so, you say the goal is to get them turned down to reading. but maybe it can kickstart a good habit. whereas others worry that the money will actually crowd out the good have it. you don't think that will necessarily happen. it might actually start the habit. are there others that think this policy is worth a try? yes, the man with the cap, go ahead. stand up and we will get you a microphone. stand up and tell us your name. >> the question would be what you pick your career based on how much money you make the lead automatically cancel out so many carriers that don't pay much but they are very rewarding. >> do you think people should or should not choose their career based on the money? >> not everybody to base it on monetary value. if they want to be a poet or whatever it is it shouldn't be determined by the monetary value all the time. >> and do you think that paying kids for good grades may get them in the habit of choosing their career base? >> i think that's the way it works. >> what is your
to sunlight. >> a lot. >> reporter: melanie says she has no plans to limit milk in her house. >> what the doctor says is good is what i go by. >> reporter: and spending plenty of time outdoors also helps. tara mergener for cbs news, washington. >>> instagram is backtracking on after announcing it could legally sell user photos without their permission. people were not happy about the big policy change since facebook bought the photo sharing site. the new policy was set to go into effect next month. that was met with massive online backlash and user complaints. now instagram says it will not put users' photos in advertisements. >>> well, the next important photograph is from "time" magazine. their person of the year, president barack obama, will appear on the cover. time made the announcement this morning first among the eight finalists were yahoo ceo marisa meyer and apple's tim cook. the last silicon valley person to win the top honor was mark zuckerberg back in 2010. bill and hillary clinton were also in the running. >> but the president made it. >> he did. >>> all right. so we're t
in these areas. melanie alnwick live with a look at these changes. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. this is part of mayor gray's initiative to sort of take a closer look at the speed camera programs in the district. a lot of residents have complained about them. aaa mid-atlantic has called, in some cases, the fines abusive. they day comprehensive review. in november, they made some changes to the fine structure and started looking at the speed limits on the roadways and making sure those are appropriate. in doing that, they've made a couple of changes, actually increasing the speed limit. let's take a look at what is going into effect today. new york avenue where i am right now, eastbound and westbound, we are talking from the maryland line up to bladensburg road. so eastbound, the speed limit will be increased from 40 to 45 miles per hour. westbound, it will be increased from 35 to 40 miles per hour. then we go over to bladensburg road from mount olivet to 17th street and new york avenue, that is being increased from 25 to 30 miles per hour. north capital street from michigan aven
to another school now. he is facing three melanie charges -- felony charges. president obama will be focusing on laws protecting children. this law doubles the maximum sentence for people convicted of possessing -- of possessing child pornography. it also adds more layers of protection for victims. >> 45 days -- 25 days from the fiscal cliff. >> the fiscal cliff is still three weeks away, but the economy may have already taken a hit. economists predict that the monthly jobs report will show that employers added more than -- less than 100,000 jobs in november. superstorm sandy may be part of the reason, but worry over the fiscal cliff may have also had an impact. economists predict that perhaps 200,000 jobs that you're -- 200,000 fewer jobs were created this year because of worries over the pasqual. republicans and democrats are talking again, but still no breakthrough. president obama is demanding that higher tax rates for the wealthy and a permanent extension of the debt ceiling be part of a deal. >> he shows what he is really after is assuming unprecedented power to spend taxpayer dollars.
. >> this is video from the last time matt and melanie saw their little girl veronica, new year's eve 2011. they had raised her for two years and were in the process of adopting her when a south carolina family court ordered them to hand her over to the girl's biological father. >> do you think this is in her best interest? >> i think so. >> a man veronica had never even met. >> for a little girl to be put in the car with strangers and driven to oklahoma and having no recourse or control over it, i mean, you know, we're her parents. i'm her father, you know. i'm supposed there to protect her. >> you want to be an engineer when you grow up? >> yes. >> now 3 veronica is caught in the middle of one of the strangest adopgs adoption cases we've ever heard. it all began in 2009 before she was born when veronica's biological mother put her up for adoption. the couple were thrilled when an adoption attorney connected them with veronica's biological mom. she told them the girl's father, dustin brown, agreed to waive his parental rights. when veronica was born, it was matt who cut the umbilical cord. ever sin
. thank you. as expected fans have been in a frenzy since the 7 game winning streak has started. melanie has reaction. >> reporter: plenty of excitement here at fed ex field. the whole place was lit up yesterday as fans geared up for the prime time match up. it was a physical game that lived up to the expectations. it really erased that fell halfway through the season. the parking lot here filled up hours before go time. 82,845 fans. not only for a quarterback but also as we've been saying for the other star rookie alfred morris. ever confident this season's winning streak would continue. >> the superbowl come through washington. that's what they are expecting tonight. >> i've been a season ticket holder for 6 years after being on the waiting list for 16 years. it's starting to payoff and see some good games here. >> and hopefully they will see a few more good games if that street can keep up. the season ticket holders were given the opportunity to purchase tickets for the playoff games and those on the wait list were sent an e-mail and the sale to those wait list folks started at midnig
limits which should take affect immediately. melanie is lve in northwest dc with the details. >> reporter: good morning. this is all tied into the city's speed camera program. as we know there's a huge public outcry which has generated $85 million last year. and right here on new york avenue westbound, the cameras just a little ways behind me brought in $5.4 million in revenue. not clear if the higher speed limit will reduce those speeding signs but it's part of mayor gray's comprehensive review. let's take a look at the speed changes as of 12:01 this morning. new york avenue eastbound to the maryland line is going up to 45. westbound it is going from 35 to 40. then on bladensburg road it's going from 25 to 30. north capitol street from michigan avenue to harol road. and canal road from chain bridge to foxhall. >>> four cities with speed camera programs is to make sure the speed limits are appropriate for the roadways. ddots reassessment shows the changes can be made without compromising safety. in november the mayor also as part of this review increased the speed limit on benning road an
here on this very stage, we're going to have melanie amaro and ke$ha performing. we start tomorrow night at 8:00, 7:00 central. stay tuned for your local news. from all of us here at "the x factor," good night, everyone. >> khloe: good night. >>> a section of scenic highway 1 is closed to traffic tonight after washing out part of the roadway. >> the rain has moved on, but the storm damage remains. one problem pot is highway 1 in sonoma county. a five mile stretch of the highway was closed between jener and fort ross. ken wayne got a close up look at the slide. >> reporter: the roads are still wet here in sonoma county. we've seen first hand what happens when the ground becomes saturated. this is highway 1, just south of fort ross. the saturated soil gave way just beneath the roadway, taking part of the asphalt, and leaving a stretch of guardrail dangling beneath the cliff. >> we came this way this morning, and we were able to get through, so the kind of a bummer that we can't go back. >> reporter: so far, the closure hasn't affected business at the timber cove inn. >> all of our gu
go after unethical members. >> melanie sloan is director of c.r.e.w. or citizens for responsibility and ethics in washington. she's talking about the office of congressional ethics, the only government body outside of congress whose sole mandate is to formally investigate members inside congress, but many of the same members of congress want the oce gone. >> the oce has forced members of congress to take ethics more seriously. it has forced the ethics committee act and let all members of congress know they can't skate by like they have for so many years with unethical conduct going on. >> c.r.e.w. is considered by some to be left leaning and liberal, but they're not the only ones worried about the oce. >> one of your counterparts say members will go out and say they support the oce while privately they're trying to kill it. do you think that's true? >> yes. that is true. >> this man is chairman of the conservative right-leaning national legal and policy center. >> if oce goes away, if the members are not named, if it's not reauthorized, what message does that send to the public? >>
affable and adorable actress valerie bertinelli plays melanie on tv land's "hot in cleveland." >> along with the fun she's having with her co-stars, she's also sharing some funny moments with a very, very special guest star. take a look. >> besides, who could be unhappy surrounded by three gorgeous women? >> oh, that's sweet, but there's four of us here. >> i know. you've got to do something about that hair. holy toledo! it's a nest! >> oh, my gosh. welcome, welcome back. we all love him. he owes me big time. i got him that job. doggone it. >> he's playing a not-gay hairdresser, right? >> yes, alta's boyfriend but it's suspicious. we're very suspicious. >> well, pink is suspicious, it just is. >> he's funny, we all start talking like him when he's on. regis, good to have you here! so fun to have you here. look, it's reg! >> he only teases people he loves, you know, and he could go on forever. >> all the time. all i keep saying, how do you guys do this! i don't know how you memorize all these lines. he was spot on, he was fabulous. >> that's really good. he did a good job there. good, go
of silence is to think about how to continue to care for each other. >> reporter: melanie alnwick, fox 5 news. >>> a major of americans can see the shooting at sandy hook elementary as a-type sign of broader -- a sign of broader problems in society rather than an isolated incident, according to a new poll. a big change from what americans said about the movie massacre. only 24% thought it was a problem with societal problems. most don't think there should be a ban on handguns in general. 71% of people over the weekend asked oppose the idea. >> despite the numbers, antigun activists are stepping up campaign for tougher gun las. >> and they were here in the nation's capitol today. >> reporter: here's more. >> reporter: it's a thorny issue. and after the president declared about his desire to do something about guns, the anti- factions took their protests to the streets. >> reporter: this was a noontime march on the capital offices of the national rifle association. hundreds taking part. >> obviously, it was just amazing horror of 20 little children. that was my motivation. this is my first time
about wilson. seattle against the redskins 4:30 fed ex field and that's where we find melanie out there all morning long. and again, it's not even what 12 hours removed? what's it like out there. can you see the remnants of a great evening at fed ex? >> reporter: yeah, you can. definitely there were people out here partying last night and all for a good reason. long time fans are saying that this team is really reminding them of the glory days of the 1980s. and been talking about alfred morris all morning with him setting that rushing record. the 2012 squad itself the team also surpassed the team single season rushing record set by those 1983 hogs. so a lot of comparisons there and hopefully riding high on that. a few would have expected when we were sitting there at the buy week that we'd find the redskins on top of the nfc east division. who would have thought they would have been division champs. first division game in 13 years on the horizon. the parking lots of course as you would expect filled just hours before go time. 82,845 fans packed the stands and went wild not just fo
. the burgundy and gold beat the dallas cowboys. >> the skins will face the saw hawks next sunday. melanie alwalk has more. -- the skins will face the seahawks next sunday. >> reporter: few people would have dreamed after that dismal 3-6 start that we would be here with the redskins on top of the nfc east. but here we are with the first home playoff game set here for fedex field in 13 years on the horizon and they are getting ready for it. the redskins took the field sunday night in a prime time match-up. the season finale against the cowboys now a win or go home situation for both teams. and while robert griffin iii had certainly been the most celebrated team member, it was another rookie who stole the show at fedex field. alfred morris was practically unstoppable running for three touchdowns, racking up 200 yards. the out of nowhere sixth rounder out of florida atlantic set the single season rushing record for the redskins. >> i separated him in the locker room. said of all the guys, good night that separated himself from the rest of the pack and that was alfred. for him to play at that level f
wilson. >>> for more highlights from last night's big win, we turn it over to melanie alnwick live in landover. good news to be talking about this morning. >> reporter: that's right. this game certainly was a physical game that lived up to the expectations of a bitter division rivalry and a lot of people are saying it actually even brought back memories of the 1983 squad with the hog and rigo. who would have dreamed that they would be in this position after their start. first place in the nfc east. here they are with the first home playoff game at next field in 13 years on the horizon. the redskins took the field sunday into the in a prime time match-up, the season finale against the cowboys, a win or go home situation for both teams. while roargt has been the most celebrated team member -- while robert griffin iii has been the most celebrated team member, alfred morris was practical i'll up stoppable, running for three touchdowns, racking up 200 yards. he set the single season rushing record for the redskins, 1613 yards. >> it was special. mean that never really was on my mind abo
school. melanie alnwick is live now at the school with the latest on the investigation. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. school officials say, of course, they are taking this situation very seriously and they are taking appropriate disciplinary action. but still, there are many questions here about what happened. many questions from parents and also from the school community. administrators at robinson secondary which is a middle school and high school combined together say they were the ones who found the gun in the student's locker. investigators say there was an. anything magazine in the weapon but they didn't release any other details about what led school officials spot locker. a letter was e-mailed to parents by the school. it refers to not a student or students involved saying the suspects with an s have been identified and questioned. parents have been notified using e-mail alerts but it doesn't sound like many of the students were told about what was going on until they got home. some parents did feel the school took appropriate action. >> i have a seventh grader who
the murder shocking. >> great place to live, very quiet an private. >> reporter: melanie lived in this community of 3,000 people for 18 years. >> if you read the crime report people report dogs pooping on lawns. this is so odd. it's out of let field. but i guess it does happen everywhere and it's sad. >> there's concern that, you know, the weather is going to, you know, change evidence. you know, so we're working hard to collect evidence that's there if there is evidence outside the home. >> reporter: police say the female victim was taken to a nearby hospital are nonlife- threatening injuries and is cooperating with investigators. len ramirez, cbs 5. >>> other bay area headlines. two men charged with murder in the drive-by shooting death of a toddler in east oakland are facing new allegations tonight. 27-year-old lawrence denard and 23-year-old willie torrence now face gang charges in addition to murder charges. 3-year-old carlos nava was shot and killed last year. >>> a rapper from the bay area is under arrest facing drug trafficking charges. michael lott of vallejo who perf
on earth? that was a question that photographer melanie due nay posed to 50 of the world's greatest chefs. their answers along with their portraits are compiled in this new book called "my last supper." she joins me along with four of the chefs. eric repair, marcus samuelsson, wily dufresne, and tom akins, chef and owner of tom akins restaurant. i am pleased to have them here. congratulations. this is this book is getting good reviews these are the questions: what would be your last meal on earth? what would you drink with the meal? would there be music? and who would be your companions? >> exactly. and people like marcus were salmon, salmon, salmon. so i thought what i am i going to do? how am i going to photograph him? i know, he's gorgeous, i'm going wrap imup in salmon. (laughter) >> keep it simple. >> rose: but where did the idea comele from for you? >> well, the idea came -- i photograph many different types of people: politicians, authors, writers, but i have the most fun with chefs. they were willing to do anything and as i photographed them -- (laughter) >> and she means everythi
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